Sunday, September 19, 2010

Shadow Shot Sunday #122

Gabba Gabba Hey! Shadow Shot Sunday!


Hi and welcome to SSS. If you’d like to join in, please do. How? Shoot a shadow, post it on your blog on Sunday (or close to Sunday), add your link to Mr Linky, and visit other players. First-time participants are required to click HERE for further info before submitting links. Thanks and I hope you enjoy the shadows!

Shadow Gallery


The Shooters:
1. maryt-theteach 2. Catherine 3. Alan 4. HydeDailyPhoto 5. AngelaNZ 6. Anne 7. Dina 8. MargaretGosden 9. Generik


The Shooters:
1. TheClipCafe 2. Kay 3. Shirley 4. TomHilton 5. Maggie 6. John 7. PattiV 8. BLOGitse 9. CanadianGardenJoy


The Shooters:
1. Gunsside 2. Cassie 3. Junie 4. DaveQ 5. Gemma 6. Eden 7. Lisa'sRetroStyle 8. Moo 9. Robin

Here's my Shadow Shot(s) Sunday #122

Some wall shadows this week...


Snapped at the Brown Dog Cafe in Woolloongabba while enjoying a coffee


Shadowy scenes found all around the Cultural Centre Precinct


Spotted on a stroll past the Pauls Milk Factory in South Brisbane

Happy Sunday!

Shadow Shot Sunday Participants
1. Lisa's RetroStyle
2. Sweet Repose
3. Catherine, Mexico
4. robin-one still frame
5. Magical Mystical Teacher
6. Shannara
7. Sylvia K
8. foto CHIP - Birgitta
9. Generik
10. Ralph
11. Gallery Juana
12. Annie
13. Molokai Girl
14. Carin
15. La Vie Est Belle
16. Bev Baird
17. Anne
18. Taipei City
19. Maboe, Norway
20. Gerald (Ackworth born)
21. Cher
22. PJ
23. Woody
24. John
25. Nostalgic Marveling
26. RamblingWoods
27. The Summer Kitchen
28. Ashton under Lyne, UK
29. Kay, Alberta, Canada
30. Cassie
31. BLOGitse
32. CrazyasaCoolFox
33. Crafty Green poet
34. Sam
35. Vicki - Maraca
36. Rajesh, India
37. rickismom
38. CHIE
39. EG Wow, Canada
40. Marilyn
41. Gemma@Greyscale, AUS
42. Teresa, upstate NY
43. Dina -Jerusalem
44. Aubrey@My Camera's Eye
45. Jeanne @ In One Place
46. Molokai Girl
47. Faith Hope & a whole lotta Love
48. Canadian GardenJoy
49. Sarah Wallis
50. Just Like Martha
51. Shirley
52. Life n Reflection
53. Dianne
54. Annette - In This Life
55. Arija, Australia
56. Angie, West Australia
57. Jeri
58. Photoblogista, CA
59. Pagan Sphinx MA USA
60. alexa in nyc, usa
61. Sammy NZ
62. Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA
63. angelanz
64. wanderlust
65. Long Island Daily Photo,USA
66. Lucka, Lomnice, CZ
67. barbiboo
68. Emma @the handmade amoeba
69. RMontalban
70. The Clip Cafe
71. spadoman
72. Crafty Gardener, Canada
73. Designs of the Heart
74. Eden, Australia
75. Megan
76. Deep Canyon, CA
77. Freda Mans
78. Maria's Space
79. Joan
80. Urban Muser
81. Shirley
82. Square Peg Guy
83. Random Stuff
84. Random Nature
85. Barbara Finwall
86. Freebird Photoblog
87. Lynette Killam
88. Maria Berg, Sweden
89. Lynne Marie
90. Franius - Roma (Italy)
91. A picture in time
92. Windchime, pacific northwest
93. E Makes Art
94. Meri @ Playing Along
95. Courtney - The Story of Us
96. Patricia - USA
97. Evette - USA

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70 comments:

Birgitta "foto CHIP" said...

Dreamy and surrealistic - like it :)

http://foto.rudenius.se/post/2010/09/18/Saturday-Mix-e28093-Camera-Critters.aspx

Generik said...

Woolloongabba gabba hey! I especially like that second shot with the sharp shadows of the branches. But even more I like the name of the place. I'm going to try to work that into a conversation or two today somehow. Woolloongabba! Woolloongabba!

Love it!

Sylvia K said...

Marvelous captures as always, Tracy! And I, too, love the sound of Woolloongabba! How terrific is that! Enjoy your weekend!

Sylvia

Annie said...

Love the eerie feeling of the tree branch shadows crawling across the walls.

Gallery Juana said...

I love trees and you've captured their shadows in such a mysterious and calming way.

Your shadow shots really show how shadows are nature's way of painting the walls and sidewalks.

Hope you're having a good weekend!

Carin said...

Was wondering how to express my impression of your shadow shots this week, but then I noted the first comment and yep those are the words: DREAMY and SURREALISTIC!

Great shots!

fredamans said...

That second wall shadow struck a chord in me!

Ralph said...

The cafe seems to offer live entertainment it seems - I see a shadowy tree about to tap dance across the stage. Unless the shadow dancer here is merely an apparition...

Brisbane offers such style in subject and shadow, too!

M.Kate said...

Yay!! SSS! Love your shots as usual...but I really like that tree shadow, looks like some monster shadow I saw recently here :) Happy Sunday T...muah2

M.Kate said...

Yay!! SSS! Love your shots as usual...but I really like that tree shadow, looks like some monster shadow I saw recently here :) Happy Sunday T...muah2

Beverley Baird said...

Great shadows as usual! Love the detail in the second especially!

frayedattheedge said...

My favourite is the second one. Love the place name Woolloongabba - almost as good as Tighnabruaich!! Malcom is delighted that you put the spiral staircase in the collage, as he spotted it!

☺lani☺ said...

Great Shadows! Happy Weekend!

Paula said...

I really like the new app you're using, very Holga-ish.

Cher said...

happy SSS! thanks for always taking time to comment on my posts. :)

Sarah said...

Beautiful shadows and I love the name of that cafe!

Woody said...

I really like the second one of the tree shadow!

Joops said...

Your second shot has a lot of characters to it. Thank you for including my photo last week!

chubskulit said...

Love your shadow shot this week. Have a great Sunday!

Martin (Ashton-under-Lyne) said...

My first contribution from Ashton under Lyne in the UK this week! Looking forward to taking part again in weeks to come.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

shadow tree
clawing at the wall
like a cat

Cassie said...

Hey Tracy! Love your shadows, but most of all I LOVE the names of places you frequent.
Woolloongabba: love this word!!!!

BLOGitse said...

LOL! "Woolloongabba" how funny is that?!!
One word in Finnish: konekirjoittajattaritta
= without typist (female typist).
How cool is that?! LOL! :)
Another: saippuakauppias = 'soap seller' (it's also palindrome)

Mukavaa sunnuntaita! = Have a nice Sunday! :)

Crafty Green Poet said...

wonderful wall shadows thanks!

Sam said...

Gosh! Your shots are so lovely Tracy! It looks like such a great part of the world you live in. Woolloongabba is a fine Aboriginal name - I live up the hill form Woolloomoolloo which is semi-similar!

Sydney is in full Spring mode. What about Brissy? I'm thinking it's a bit ahead of us southerners and maybe you're going into Summer even?

Have a super week sweetie and thank you as always for popping by my blog for a chat!

MyMaracas said...

I really love that last one. I would be tempted to climb those bricks, right up through the shadows, to see what lies above.

Marilyn said...

Wonderful shadows shots this week, I especially love the second photo of the branch shadow in hte wall. the wall.

EG Wow said...

I think leaves and branches make such beautiful shadows. Nice ones!

Pikiteniang Swefil said...

How's the weather downunder? It looks like your having a wonderful spring.

I love this Sout Australian city called: Kybybolite, sounds too cute.

WHilst, in TAgalog language: Kakaba kaba= are U nervous?

Happy SS to you sweet Tracy.

x0x0,
/chubzC

Richie's 2ts Inspires said...

He he... I got the wrong bloggie, the oldie... sowee...

http://simchieinspires.blogspot.com is the perfect one.

x0x0
/C

sarayutouched said...

so, so love the second photo of the tree...your spring will be under way soon...i am coming to live in your world. (wishful thinking)

have a great week tracy.

The one with the View said...

OOOO--AWESOME Shots!! I LOVE that second one. And the third one looks like something out of a Horror Movie!! Nice finds! Have a great weekend!

Greyscale Territory said...

Super bold and brassy shadows - especially the second and third ones! They certainly control the photo! Looking great in that tone!

Thank you so much for including my last week's shadow shot in your latest collage!

Have a great weekend!

Jeanne said...

Love these wall shadows....the second is my favourite!

Jeanne :)

Sweet Repose-Junk Revival said...

What a kaleidoscope of colors your lil' camera shoots..wonderful shadows and I love the name Wolloowaddawalla...what ever, me likey...ha, how very aboriginal! I suppose the name of my city is strange too, Muscatine, of Native American heritage.

You just have the best shots...love the new header too...hope ya had a great weekend girl!!!

Faith Hope and a whole lotta Love said...

I LOVE your shadow shots! they take me to another place :) love the blog header too ;) sorry I have been missing for a few weeks.... renovations taking over my life!

GardenJoy4Me said...

Tracy girl how are ya'!
I did my shadow post and totally forgot to link up .. I am having too many DUH? moments lately ? LOL
I love that tree shadow photo ! Now that could be a VERY Halloweeny tree indeed ! .. it always makes me giggle when places are named such unusual names like Woolloongabba .. now that is a cracker for sure ! Joy
I almost forgot to say thank you so much for including my shadow from last week in today's collage !
Thank you girl ! : )

Just like Martha said...

Happy SUNDAY Tracy! Don't you just LOVE this time of year, spring brings on such fab shadows...have a good week!

Arija said...

Love the dreamy quality of the first hot, it just draws one into the light space.
Isn't it amaing how shadows of vegetation an dress up a wall?

You are an absolute brick for having thought up and facilitated this meme.

Shirley said...

I really like the Brown Dog Cafe shadow shot. The tree shadow is great!

annette said...

Fantastic shadow shots Tracy, the second one in particular at the Brown Dog Cafe - what a great scene to look at while sipping coffee!! Happy Sunday. Annette :0)

Dianne said...

these are so fantastic!!
I really like the middle shot
that tree has taken over that wall :)

Square Peg Guy said...

Awesome tree and leaf shadows this week, Harriet! Wow! I really like the second one -- it's my all-time favorite!

Pagan Sphinx said...

A series of wonderfully ethereal shadow shots.

Linnea said...

Thank you for all your efforts in making Shadow Shots such a fun meme!

Alexa said...

Wonderful! Have to go with the consensus and say that the second one really does it for me.

Sammy said...

Ooooo you and I had a similar idea. Love the shots

Have a good one!!

Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA said...

Oooh, these are good ones, Tracy. I don't know if I like the sharp one or the soft ones. Intriguing, to say the least. Love the weird colors.

wanderlust said...

Such soft colors, and great shadows too! Happy weekend!

Lily Hydrangea said...

I love your amazing shadow shots for today Tracy!
& the collages are grand as always too!

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

Love them all, but the second one is almost creepy looking.

Thanks for my pic on the collage for this week.

Anonymous said...

shadows are great, looks like people dancing behind the trees, some kind of ritual dance. Love it.
Thanks for the site.
Barbiboo

Emma said...

Woolloongabba should be in The Meaning of Liff !! A great name to conjour with, but I think it should mean talking very fast and at length on the virtues of woollen trousers (aka pants... aka pantaloons) in the extreme heat of the desert. ;)

Loving the shadows on the wall.. the second one is so ethereal.

Have fun x

Spadoman said...

I love the middle one the best! Brown Dog, sounds good. I recently drank coffee at the Black Cat and the Black Dog cafes, as well as the Manazeres Street Cafe which used to be called the Black Dog, in Secorro, New Mexico.
Great shadow shots all!

Peace.

Crafty Gardener said...

I love the second tree shadow. Hope you had a great weekend.

Victoria said...

The Brown Dog Cafe... what a great name! The Shadow shots are indeed lovely and dreamy! I think that last one is my favorite. (I suppose the horizontal and vertical lines remind me of a modern quilt.) Great work!

Eden said...

Love the photos and my favourite is the second one. Great shadow shots.

Have a great week.

momijitomitsukoshi said...

I love your wall shadows. They look like artworks. Woolloongabba? They have THE best names in Queensland, I reckon!

Joan said...

Love the tree shadow! Always love the colors in you photos.

krissilugbill said...

great shadow as always! love them all, the wall shot is my fav!

theimaginativetraveler said...

I love your tree shadows..the middle one is brilliant! We shadow lovers are lucky...we see so much beauty other people miss...:)

Lynette

Emakesart said...

Love the 3rd collage. The rich colors..wonderful. And love all three of your shadow shots! The last one almost looks like it's under water! Fantastic.

Esther

Catherine said...

your shadow shots are really beautiful this week - the retro polaroid effect gives them such a lovely nostalgic feel....

Lisa's RetroStyle said...

I like tree shadows on walls! The second of yours is my fave:) Hope you've had a nice spring weekend Tracy...followed by an easy Monday.

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

Hey Tracy! Love that second shot of that tree....very cool colors & shadows indeed! What kind of name is Woolloongabba? That's a fun name...does it mean anything? It causes a giggle when you say it - that's for sure!

Evette Mendisabal said...

I love your first shot Tracy. I really like the subtle edit on it too. It's LOVELY!!

Anonymous said...

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Spooky Blog said...

wow ... nice shoot shadow .....

Anika said...

Your shots are great!! So pretty...

I will remember to link up this weekend!

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